Conventional complete dentures

Precision denture

High-quality precision dentures are guaranteed to meet your Expectations

Installation Procedures

Precision dentures mean above all the use of precise equipment and techniques in their design. A universal transfer bow system is used to gather a great deal of information on your cranium and temporomandibular joint and can also transfer this data to a precision articulator. We thus have access, from a laboratory, to a simulation of your denture’s movements. All of this personal data will guide the denturist in the fabrication of your dentures. Because you are purchasing dentures that are custom-made, you will find that they are more stable and efficient.


Each natural-looking tooth used to make precision dentures is the perfect combination of “Handmade in Germany” and high technology: manually stratified in several layers, it is continuously the finest model when it comes to tint, shape and function. As proven by abrasion testing: better teeth wear out less rapidly and chew more efficiently.

Semi-precision denture

Installation Procedures
Coordinated movements

A semi-precision articulator will be used to position teeth according to the articulation of a regular cranium. As jaw’s alignment and their degree of angulations are not adjustable, it is impossible to transfer a patient’s specific data like we can with a precision articulator. Dentures will nonetheless be fabricated to allow harmonious chewing on both sides and to achieve good stability, thanks to the movements made possible with this small but well-performing articulator.


Quality teeth are always selected based on your morphology and esthetic requirements. Two essential qualities of good molars are their resistance to wear and their shape, which is designed to favor food grinding. To better suit your needs, teeth will be selected based on your gums, age and chewing strength.

Complete dentures – Options

Clear palate
For a less visible upper denture, replace the conventional pink acrylic palate with a clear acrylic. The denture is just as durable but is less visible when yawning or when bursting out laughing.
Metal palate plated with Cobalt-chrome
A palate four times thinner than acrylic. It conducts heat thereby enhancing taste sensations.
Reinforcement for a more secure fit
Different types of reinforcement exist. They are made of either metal or fiberglass that can both be integrated to the acrylic before it is baked. This will solidify the ideal denture for patients who often crack or break their dentures.
Soft base
A cushion that covers the inside of the lower denture to facilitate chewing and avoid mouth sores on resorbed gums.